Almas supercar from the Italian company Mole showed before the debut in GenevaMarch 4, 2019
Check out this new, Italian-built exotic Italian from scratch before its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show, which in turn will begin its work tomorrow.
After a lot of teaser shots of the new supercar from the Italian company Mole Contruzione Artigianale, now we are offered to look at the video on which the novelty is captured in more detail. The public debut of the car will be held at the Geneva Motor Show in 2019.
That’s what we know about the new supercar. Mole Almas is built from scratch, which means that it does not share its platform or any parts with any existing cars. The machine is designed by legendary designers Umberto Palermo and Paolo Scudieri.
In addition, the Italian novelty belongs to the Gran Turismo class, sports cars that are adapted for traveling long distances. The length is 4 730 mm, width – 1 980 mm, height – 1 218 mm, and the wheelbase is 2 600 mm. The body of the supercar is made of carbon fiber, and the interior is made in a luxurious style.
The guys from the company Mole Contruzione Artigianale have not yet said anything about the engine of their new product, but it is known that at the present time, brand engineers are studying the possibility of using hydrogen as a fuel.
We assume that more information will be revealed during the public debut of the supercar Mole Almas in Geneva in 2019.
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